We believe a high quality Early Years experience provides a firm foundation on which to build future academic, social and emotional success.
We provide a caring, safe, and happy environment to help your child feel secure and confident.
All the children in our care are encouraged to learn, play and socialise with others and then flourish through their own individual strengths.
We work with each child to help fulfil their potential, at their own pace
Story time helps to develop the children’s understanding of language and encourages them to ask and answer simple questions
All of our rooms are fresh and stimulating. We passionately believe that day nurseries should feel like a 'home from home' for your little one.
Children love their time in the nursery’s well-appointed outdoor spaces. The large forest school area provides an invaluable learning environment where children can explore nature, partake in forest school activities, search for insects, and bird watch.
Messy play is extremely important for a child's development. It provides children with an exciting tactile and sensory experience that inspires their curiosity, allows them to explore the world around them and enhances their learning, language and creativity.
We look after babies as young as six weeks into their first year.
The time that they move into the next room is individualised and is usually around the time they become mobile
The toddler room caters for two-to-three year old children who have moved up from the Baby Room. It is our little 'home from home' for the toddlers.
It is in this room that we prepare our three-to-four year old children for school. Your pre-schooler is encouraged to live their nursery life to the full; exploring, experimenting and learning through play.
Our children just love this area. We have a tinker board, sensory writing table, talking tubes, musical instruments, treasure baskets and scented bags to engage the children's sensory play.
A new addition to our outdoor resources is our magnificent new galleon. The children are totally fascinated by it, and we look forward to seeing many generations of pirates enjoying hours and hours of fun sailing the Spanish Main, here in Maesbury.
Our little allotments for the children to grow their own vegetables including beans, potatoes, carrots and beetroot, radish and lettuce.
Our outdoor obstacle course encourages a full body workout and develops strength and balance. Complete with smiles and giggles.
at Unicorn Nursery Maesbury
Proceeds to Hope House
Need childcare? The Nursery will be open so come and look around and see our excellent facilities!
To honour the Duke of Edinburgh, the staff and
children of Unicorn Nursery are raising money to donate a defibrillator to the local community of Maesbury.
The children are so lucky to have this beautiful
nursery and many will remember it as their local
school, so we would like to give the community
something back and a mark of our respects to the Duke of Edinburgh.
You can help us reach our target of £2,000 by making a donation via our 'GoFundMe' page
Nothing is more important than your child's health, and at Unicorn we do our best to protect it.
Our menus are carefully planned and freshly prepared on site by our two dedicated nursery chefs (We follow the guidelines detailed by the Children's Food Trust).
Our menus are displayed prominently in the nurseries and on our website, and our chefs work closely with parents if there is a specific dietary requirement for their child.
When we talk and listen to a child we help them to have a voice. Having a voice that is heard is the most powerful safeguarding tool a child can have.
If you have any concerns about keeping children safe or any questions about our safeguarding policy and procedures, come and see a member of our safeguarding team. Having freedom to make choices also means the child has the freedom to say ‘No!’ or ‘Stop! I don’t like it!’
At Unicorn Nursey Measbury we want all of our children to be confident enough to make choices.
Like all nurseries, pre-schools, receptionon classes in schools and childminders in the UK, Unicorn Nursery is legally obligated to follow what is called the Early Years Foundaon Stage (EYFS) Framework to ensure that your child gets the best possible start in life
Download our parents guide to EYFS.